Fly fishing in Louisiana's saltwater marshes is a must do year around. All four seasons Louisiana's vast maze of marshes host some of the best fly fishing in the world. This one of a kind ecosystem host fly fishing anglers a lot of opportunities at redfish and other saltwater species.
Every year in March the marshes of Southern Louisiana comes alive. The spartina grasses turn from brown to a vibrant green color. Canals are lined with slow moving alligators sunning for warmth and the fly fishing starts to heat up as well. It's that magical time of year when Louisiana's marsh eco system transitions to spring.
As the days get a little longer the red fishing starts to heat up. Large bull reds feed in the shallow waters along Louisiana' Gulf coast. Black drum and sheepshead also frequent the same areas and are wonderful targets on fly. Most of the times these fish are spotted tailing in shallow ponds. And let me tell you a 30lb drum tailing is an amazing sight.
Fly fishing in Louisiana has been great so far this spring! We are having a lot of fun catching some huge fish. Come Join Us !
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